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Ticket Offer: Curious Arts Festival

Conville & Walsh are delighted to present a very special ticket offer for the Curious Arts Festival which takes place next weekend, 17th – 19th July, in the breathtakingly beautiful grounds of Pylewell Park in the New Forest. Come and see a truly remarkable line up of writers and comedians including David Baddiel, Esther Freud, Matt Haig, Jojo Moyes, David Nicholls, Mark Watson, SJ Watson and many more. Live music will come from Phil Manzanera of Roxy Music, John Illsley of Dire Straits, Jonny Borrell, Amber Run and George the Poet amongst others and there will be a host of Curious happenings including the Authors XI cricket match, poetry workshops, the breakfast club, garden walks, hedge foraging, life-drawing, breathing lessons and snail-racing as well as lots of great activities for children. Camping is free and there is a delicious array of food and drink on site.

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To buy tickets as part of our special offer enter the code FamilyFriends when booking online here and for more information visit the Curious Arts Festival website.

07 Jul 2015